Monthly Archives: October 2014

Hoppe on Aristocracy, Monarchy, and Democracy

Here is Hans-Hermann Hoppe on Aristocracy, Monarchy, and Democracy (it’s 57 minutes long):

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Atlas Shrugged; or How I Learned to Love the King

So many of you Ayn Rand acolytes are probably wondering how I could make the leap from Objectivism to Neoreactionary. It took some prodding but eventually I got there. It actually wasn’t that radical of a leap. I assume that … Continue reading

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Neoreactionary Echo Chamber

As you read this, there is a cultural war being fought over social media. While #GamerGate may seem like a relatively insignificant phenomenon, it does have some major implications. I do not play video games and do not really care … Continue reading

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Progressivism is Nihilism

Progressivism is nihilism.  Progressives seek equality, in every sense of the word.  Equality among races.  Equality among sexes.  Equality in economic outcomes.  When everything is equal though, those things lose their uniqueness.  When something has lost its uniqueness, it has … Continue reading

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Traditional Families Best Environment for Children

A recently published CDC study finds that children who are raised in traditional, two-parent biological families are overwhelmingly safer than one parent households. The study found that 70% of children living in the traditional nuclear family setting experienced no “adverse … Continue reading

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The Slippery Slope

The slippery slope is often described as a logical fallacy. The slippery slope argues that if we allow event A to occur then we will likely see a chain of related events (X,Y,Z) which become progressively worse over time until … Continue reading

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An Interview with Brett Stevens of Amerika

For those of you who are not aware, I used to briefly freelance for Brett Stevens over at Amerika under the pen name Charles Lyons. Brett Stevens is a brilliant writer and is one of, if not the most, prominent leaders … Continue reading

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